Visual with the information about the call for volunteers for the LGBTQI Youth AMC Brussels 2022 on 13-17 October 2022. The text and logos are displayed on the left, and on the right is a collage of a tattooed person with a Volunteer t-shirt holding a clock in front of their face. The background consists of blurry 3D shapes floating around a blue space.

Call for Volunteers | AMC Brussels 2022

  IGLYO is delighted to announce this Call for Volunteers for our Annual Members’ Conference Brussels 2022. IGLYO’s Annual Members’ Conference is an annual gathering of […]

September 21, 2022

Visual displaying the information about the workshop. The background blurry purple picture of magnified Monkeypox molecules. On the right side is a collage of a a hand cutting a line of falling dominos. The logos of IGLYO, its funders and ESWA are on the bottom left.
Visual displaying “Meet our Member Bi’Cause”, with the IGLYO and Bi’Cause logo. The background is a blurry picture of someone driving a car in the Bi flag colours with inflatable BI letters on the roof. In front is a collage of two members of the Bi’Cause team smiling.

Member of the Month | Bi’Cause

  Meet Bi’Cause This week is Bisexual Awareness Week — and the perfect time for another Member of the Month story! Put on your celebration […]

September 22, 2022

Visual with the caption "Pride cannot be cancelled: Statement on EuroPride in Belgrade". A picture of two people wearing the LGBTQI progress flag and the LGBTQI rainbow flag with their back facing the camera is on the right side of the caption. On the bottom left is the IGLYO logo.
Visual of a grainy gradient background with the caption “International — Monkeypox Newsflash: Protecting yourself and others”. The pictures of a globe and a Flipchart with the word Monkeypox and a microscope on it are collated in the lower right corner. The logo of IGLYO is in the lower left corner.

Sign & Share The Together Statement

This article is also available in Russian below. It is with great excitement that we share the Together Statement! The Together Statement is a democratically-formed […]

June 12, 2022

LGBTQI Youth News Bulletin | June 2022

  Contents New anti-trans rulings in international sports; Dangerous Romanian anti-LGBTQI draft bill under deliberation; Spanish draft bill on youth legal gender recognition and intersex […]

July 6, 2022

Square visual displaying a trophy with the trans flag on top on a black and white grainy background and the caption "Statement: Celebrating Worldwide Trans Athletes as International Sports Governing Bodies Impose New Anti-Trans Rulings" and the IGLYO logo on the bottom left corner.
Collage of a megaphone on a grainy gradient orange background.

Become an IGLYO Board Member!

  IGLYO BOARD 2022 Open Call   Extended deadline: Thursday 5 May at 23:59 CEST You can also download this full call in PDF here. […]

April 14, 2022

Coffee with IGLYO — 28 April 2022

Join us for another round of online chat, networking and fun!   Another Coffee with IGLYO is coming up! ☕ We are excited to announce […]

April 13, 2022

Banner displaying ”Advocacy Working Group” in the middle, “Shape the future of LGBTQI youth activism!” in the top left corner, and “Apply by 25 April 2022 at 23:59 CEST" in the bottom right corner. The background consists of an image displaying a futuristic Rubik's cube in pastel tones. At the bottom of the banner is an orange rectangle with the logos of IGLYO and its funders on the left, and "#OpenCall" written on the right.
Banner displaying "You're invited to the Extraordinary Statutory Members' Meeting, 9 June 2022 at 16:00 - 18:00 CEST, online on Zoom" in black highlighted in white on an orange backgrounds with coloured doodles on the top and bottom edges and the IGLYO logo on the bottom left corner.
Screenshot of the report cover displaying "Trans & Poverty: Poverty and Economic Insecurity in Trans Communities in the EU" in black and orange under TGEU's logo on a white background, with orange and purple geometric graphics on the left
Thumbnail displaying "The most at risk of gender-based violence are among the least protected and supported by existing efforts to prevent and tackle violence" with a line of drawings

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